Image Processing by Neil C. Rowe
Rowe, Neil C.
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Image processing includes a diverse set of methods for manipulation of digital images [1, 4, 5]. These include modification and enhancement (as by increasing the contrast or changing the image shape) and analysis (as by counting desired objects within the image). Digital images can be thought of as two-dimensional arrays whose entries or "pixels" represent degrees of brightness (or red, green, and blue brightnesses if a color image) at evenly spaced locations. Image processing is distinguished from computer graphics in its predominant emphasis on images originally produced by cameras and in a goal of analysis rather than synthesis of images.
Invited chapter for the Encyclopedia of Distributed Computing, eds. J. Urban and P. Dasgupta, submitted 4/00, but Encyclopedia was never published.
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